FAT LOSS & ENERGY BHB
Ketones are a major advancement in fat loss and energy supplements. Data shows that BHB Ketones allow cells to generate about 36% more ATP per unit of oxygen used in energy metabolism. BHB Ketones fat burning capabilities are enhanced with carnitine, caffeine, olive leaf, and B-Vitamins.
ENDURANCE AND PERFORMANCE
The ingestion of BHB Ketones shifts metabolism to more efficiently oxidize fatty acids in mitochondria via the TCA cycle. Beta-alanine, caffeine and Panax ginseng enhance BHB’s endurance and performance boosting properties.
IMPROVED MENTAL FOCUS BHB
Ketones provide an alternative energy source to fuel your brain. Tyrosine, caffeine and Panax ginseng enhance BHB’s cognitive/mental focus benefits.
PHARMACEUTICAL GRADE BHB KETONES
With a BHB ketone supplement, you have ready-to-use ketone bodies, providing you with greater performance, energy, and focus! You don’t have to be in a ketogenic state or following a ketogenic diet to reap the benefits of a BHB ketone supplement. BHB ketones are truly the ultimate non-carbohydrate energy source!
Carnitine plays a key role in muscle glycogen metabolism, ATP production, muscle tissue repair, and even free radical scavenging. Supplementation with carnitine before exercise can increase muscle glycogen storage and improve ATP production, which improves strength and delays fatigue.
Beta-alanine has the ability to buffer acidic waste product in muscle during intense exercise. When beta-alanine is used as a supplement, it’s taken up by your muscles, and together with histidine, is resynthesized into carnosine by an enzyme called carnosine synthetase. An increase in intramuscular carnosine levels can increase the buffering capacity of a muscle by up to 20 percent and result in a dramatic delay in muscle fatigue and considerable improvements in strength and endurance.
CAFFEINE & TYROSINE
Caffeine increases resting energy expenditure and thermogenesis. Caffeine’s mechanisms of action on fat loss are mediated through adenosine receptor blockade and inhibition of phosphodiesterase (PDE), which is an enzyme responsible for the breakdown of cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP). cAMP is a key secondary messenger involved in fat oxidation.
Tyrosine is a precursor to norepinephrine, which is an excitatory neurotransmitter that has a major effect on mental focus and energy production. Research shows that tyrosine supplementation can help improve strength and endurance when combined with other compounds such as caffeine.